The first wave of high-speed public internet access via LinkNYC kiosks has arrived

Access to the Web is vital. New Yorkers are inherently mobile. Citizens rely on smartphones for just about everything, from navigating the city, to ordering lunch, to job searching and more. Now more than ever, free access to Wi-Fi remains an essential element to NYC’s becoming the connected city that New Yorkers aspire for it to be.

Finally, that first wave of public Internet access has arrived. After testing out initial units, LinkNYC announced today that the first three flagship units are ready for public use. This massive infrastructure project involves many partners and is complex; PSFK breaks it down for you below.

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